Okay, this headline is probably more clickbait than actual truth, but before January 2010 how many of you have waited more than a few years to see that headline pop up in your feed readers?
Actually, this is quite the non-event – another device crudely fashioned and sold purely on the basis that it might actually run OS X for a week or two before becoming unstable.
Instead, they sell systems “designed to be suitable for installing Darwin-based operating systems”. Yes, OS X and Darwin, those two.
I would think at $750, and with the whole Apple tablet issue put to bed by the range of iOS devices now available, Axon Logic is going to have a hard time shifting a significant number of these things.
Yes, people still have the dream of running the full range of software they use on their Macs on a portable device, but this tablet still isn’t capable of running large apps like Photoshop, and the method of text input is handwriting over a capacitive touch keyboard, so no one is going to write their next novel on it.
As a Mac user, the hackintosh thing has never really appealed to me, but I’m sure someone somewhere is really excited about this right now.